Supporting reading and libraries by Neil Gaiman

October 24, 2014 at 7:41 pm Leave a comment

With thanks to Lauren for sharing this with me, from The Guardian, October 15th, Why our future depends on Libraries, reading and daydreaming.

“This is an edited version of Neil Gaiman‘s lecture for the Reading Agency, delivered on Monday October 14 at the Barbican in London. The Reading Agency’s annual lecture series was initiated in 2012 as a platform for leading writers and thinkers to share original, challenging ideas about reading and libraries.”

I did grow up reading The Famous Five, and the Secret Seven by Enid Blyton.

Check it out!

Roan

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